The General Shop Book: Or, The Tradesman's Universal Director, Being a Most Useful and Necessary Compendium to Lie Upon the Counter of Every Shopkeeper ... Comprehending and Explaining the Domestic and Foreign Trade of Great Britain and the Plantations ... Likewise, the Distance of All the Market Towns in England, from London, Their Fairs and Markets, the Inns where Their Carriers and Coaches Put Up, and the Days They Come in and Go Out, with a Map of the Roads, a Plan of London, a Chart of the Sea Coast, and Many Other Useful Particulars

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C. Hitch and L. Hawes, J. and J. Rivington, and R. Dodsley, 1753 - Great Britain

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